5 out of 5
My husband and I fell in love with the Queens Museum the second we walked in. It offers such a unique reception space with breath taking views of the Unisphere. As two people who grew up in Flushing playing in the park we knew we had to have our wedding here. The Venue Spacious, beautiful artwork, stunning views, and the highlight The Panorama Exhibit which is how you are escorted from the cocktail hour to the reception space. The Panorama is a scale model of NYC created for the 1964 worlds fair. It was definitely one of our “wow” factors. The Food So many of my guest told me it was the best food they have ever had at a wedding. From cocktail hour to dinner to dessert I was blown away by the attention to detail and flavor of each dish. I’m still dreaming about the baby lamb chops from cocktail hour. From the presentation to taste there was not one thing that disappointed. The People Jenn and Rachel were our go to event coordinators for the evening. When I say they went above and beyond to make sure we had the perfect wedding is almost understatement. Through out the entire process they covered every detail with a fine tooth comb and the evening went off with out a hitch. Jen herself was onsite for the entire party and checked in on us regularly to make sure we were okay and our guest were happy. As someone who works in the restaurant industry, bartenders and servers were very important to me and you can tell they were top of the line. Always smiling and looking to assist in any way possible. Andy our bridal attendant was like a ninja, always a few steps behind if we needed anything but never in our way or overwhelming. Overall a beyond wonderful experience. If I could give the Queens Museum 100 stars I would. Abigail Kirsch’s stood up to their reputation of being the best of the best.